Health Coach Jobs: 4 Professional Paths For A Health Coach
Today Health Coaches are finding opportunities everywhere with more and more people looking for guidance, education, and encouragement as they strive to live a healthier lifestyle.
Here are 4 professional paths you can pursue as a Health Coach:
Private coaching. One-on-one coaching is a common way for Health Coaches to share their wellness with others, as part-time or full-time work. And today you can coach clients in person, virtually or on the phone from anywhere in the world.
Wellness centers or doctor’s offices. There is a growing demand for Health Coaches and recognition of the benefits of health coaching and holistic sea-care in doctor’s offices, wellness centers, alternative health practices, and even hospitals.
Writing or blogging. Publishing your work as an author or blogger will share your knowledge with the world. Whether through cookbooks, creative health blogs, or wellness writing for businesses and organizations, there are many avenues to share your Health Coach knowledge.
Education and reform initiative: As a Health Coach you can use your knowledge to create wellness programs in schools, lobby the government for change, or develop educational materials for a variety of organizations.
Getting the best training is key to your success as a Health Coach. Great Health Coaches find the best-accredited program that matches their goals and provides the skills and tools to be the best in the field of health and wellness. And the Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) course is that program!
FDN training sets you apart from all other Health & Wellness Coaches by helping you to identify the real physiological, bio-chemical and behavioral problems that will allow clients to improve overall health & well-being.
That is why FDN practitioners are the most successful Health Coaches in health & wellness today.
And that is it for this week’s Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Vlog of the Week. Isn’t it time you help your clients on a deeper level?